But with the injury only keeping him out for a limited time, Spencer is anxious to get back on to the field and see if more offers will come his way.
UNLV offered in September, and they continue to make an impression on Spencer.
"When UNLV offered, it was pretty much a big relief because I've been working hard to get somewhere," said Spencer. "When I got injured and found out there was nothing serious after the MRI, I called them and let them know what happened. My coach and Coach (Tim) Hundley talked together, so it's all good there."
Spencer has been playing safety for American Canyon, and that's where schools like him.
"I'm most comfortable at strong safety, but I could play corner if they need me," said Spencer.
While UNLV leads, Spencer is open to all schools.
"I'm pretty much wide open, and I want to take some official visits," said Spencer.
Academically, he has a 3.5 and will take the SAT in November.